4👑☸ Cattāri Ariya-saccaṃ 四聖諦

AN 6 Chakka Nipāta

12 vaggas, 649 suttas. repetition series from 120 on
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Āhuneyya (worthy of gifts) Vagga 1

AN 6.1 Paṭhamaāhuneyya: Worthy of Offerings (1st)

worthy of gifts, offerings, etc: when contacted via 6 sense doors, a bhikkhu is neither joyful nor saddened, but dwells equanimous, mindful, and clearly comprehending. (i.e. he reacts with 4th jhāna or is an arahant already)

AN 6.2 Dutiyaāhuneyya: Worthy of Offerings (2nd)

a monk possesses STED 6ab (6th is arahantship)

AN 6.3 Indriya: Faculties

monk possesses 5ind (indriya) and is an arahant

AN 6.4 Bala: Powers

monk possesses 5bal (bala) (5ind = 5bal) and is an arahant

AN 6.5 Paṭhamaājānīya: The Thoroughbred (1st)

next 3 suttas imply monk has strong sammā samādhi, using simile of horse

AN 6.6 Dutiyaājānīya: The Thoroughbred (2nd)

monk has strong sammā samādhi, using simile of horse

AN 6.7 Tatiyaājānīya: The Thoroughbred (3rd)

monk has strong sammā samādhi, using simile of horse

AN 6.8 Anuttariya: Unsurpassable

elaborated in AN 6.30

AN 6.9 Anussatiṭṭhāna: Topics for Recollection

buddha, dhamma, sangha, sila, caga, devata

AN 6.10 Mahānāma: With Mahānāma

6 recollections from AN 6.9 used in 7sb to get 4j
        AN 6.10.1 - ( Buddh-ānu-s-sati)
        AN 6.10.2 - ( Dhamm-ānu-s-sati)
        AN 6.10.3 - ( Saṅgh-ānu-s-sati)
        AN 6.10.4 - ( Sīl-ānu-s-sati)
        AN 6.10.5 - ( Cāg-ānu-s-sati)
        AN 6.10.6 - ( Devat-ānu-s-sati)

Sārāṇīya (cordiality) Vagga 2

AN 6.11 Paṭhama-sāraṇīya: Warm-hearted (1st)

how a monk is cordial to other monks, metta via actions, speech, mind, etc.

AN 6.12 Dutiya-sāraṇīya: Warm-hearted (2nd)

similar to AN 6.11

AN 6.13 Nissāraṇīya: Elements of Escape

purity of 6 types of samādhi attainments, 4bv, animitta, ...

AN 6.14 Bhaddaka: A Good Death

sariputta describes non-proliferation, seclusion

AN 6.15 Anutappiya: Regret

similar to AN 6.14

AN 6.16 Nakulapitu: Nakula’s Father

as he lies dying, his wife urges him not to die with concerns

AN 6.17 Soppa: Sleep

similar to AN 3.16, expanded to 3 more (guarding sense doors, moderation in eating, wakefulness, insight, 37bp)

AN 6.18 Macchabandha: A Fish Dealer

people who deal in profession of killing animals don't get wealthy because of their karma

AN 6.19 Paṭhamamaraṇassati: rememberfulness of Death (1st)

maraṇa-s-sati 💀 closely related to a-p-pamāda 🐘🐾‍ - if you only live for one breath, much you can accomplish
        AN 6.19.1 - ( If I’d only live for another day and night)
        AN 6.19.2 - ( If I’d only live for another day)
        AN 6.19.3 - ( If I’d only live as long as it takes to eat a meal)
        AN 6.19.4 - ( … to chew and swallow four or five mouthfuls)
        AN 6.19.5 - ( to chew and swallow a single mouthful)
        AN 6.19.6 - ( … to breathe out after breathing in)
        AN 6.19.7 - (#1-4 doesn’t meet Buddha’s standard)
        AN 6.19.8 - (#5-6 meets Buddha’s standards)

AN 6.20 Dutiyamaraṇassati: rememberfulness of Death (2nd)

might die from animal attack, health, practice like head on fire.

            AN 6.20.1.1 – (by animals)
            AN 6.20.1.2 – (by accident, illness)
            AN 6.20.1.3 – (check: do I have unskillful Dharmas unabandoned? If I die?)
        AN 6.20.2 – (abandon evil with urgency ↔ as man with head on fire)
        AN 6.20.3 – (check that evil abandoned: the default way to generate pīti, pamojja, in 7sb)
        AN 6.20.4 – (night time: consider potential death as in 6.20.1 )
        AN 6.20.5 - (abandon evil with urgency ↔ as man with head on fire)
        AN 6.20.6 - (check that evil abandoned: the default way to generate pīti, pamojja, in 7sb)

An-uttariya (un-excelled) Vagga 3

AN 6.21 Sāmaka: At Sāma Village

deva sees some monks have 6 qualities that lead to decline

AN 6.22 Aparihāniya: Non-decline

opposite of an 6.21

AN 6.23 Bhaya: Dangers

( short sutta summary )

AN 6.24 Himavanta: The Himalaya

six types of samādhi mastery

AN 6.25 Anussatiṭṭhāna: Topics for Recollection

( short sutta summary )

AN 6.26 Mahākaccāna: With Mahākaccāna

( short sutta summary )

AN 6.27 Paṭhamasamaya: Proper Occasions (1st)

( short sutta summary )

AN 6.28 Dutiyasamaya: Proper Occasions (2nd)

( short sutta summary )

AN 6.29 Udāyī: With Udāyī

6 important meditation methods every disciple should memorize
        AN 6.29.0 – (Udāyi called a fool for wrong answer: STED 6ab #4: aneka-vihitaṃ pubbe-nivāsaṃ)
        AN 6.29.1 – (STED Jhānas 1-3 for diṭṭha-dhamma-sukha-vihārāya)
        AN 6.29.2 – (STED smd-asnd: āloka-saññaṃ leads to ñāṇa-dassanap-paṭi-lābhāya )
        AN 6.29.3 - (STED 31asb: 31 non-beautiful body parts for removal of kāma-rāga)
        AN 6.29.4 – (STED 9siv: stages of corpse decay, for removal of self and conceit Asmi-māna-samugghātāya)
        AN 6.29.5 – (STED 4th jhāna for aneka-dhātu-paṭi-vedhāya)
        AN 6.29.6 - (Rememberful activities for sati and sampajāno)

AN 6.30 Anuttariya: Unsurpassable

( short sutta summary )

Devatā (Deities) Vagga 4

AN 6.31 Sekha: A Trainee

( short sutta summary )

AN 6.32 Paṭhamaaparihāna: Non-decline (1st)

( short sutta summary )

AN 6.33 Dutiyaaparihāna: Non-decline (2nd)

( short sutta summary )

AN 6.34 Mahāmoggallāna: With Mahāmoggallāna

( short sutta summary )

AN 6.35 Vijjābhāgiya: Things That Play a Part in Realization

( short sutta summary )

AN 6.36 Vivādamūla: Roots of Quarrels

( short sutta summary )

AN 6.37 Chaḷaṅgadāna: A Gift With Six Factors

( short sutta summary )

AN 6.38 Attakārī: One’s Own Volition

( short sutta summary )

AN 6.39 Nidāna: Sources

( short sutta summary )

AN 6.40 Kimila: With Kimbila

( short sutta summary )

AN 6.41 Dārukkhandha: A Tree Trunk

( short sutta summary )

AN 6.42 Nāgita: With Nāgita

( short sutta summary )

Dhammika (according to law) Vagga 5

AN 6.43 Nāga: The Giant

( short sutta summary )

AN 6.44 Migasālā: With Migasālā

( short sutta summary )

AN 6.45 Iṇa: Debt

( short sutta summary )

AN 6.46 Mahācunda: By Mahācunda

( short sutta summary )

AN 6.47 Paṭhamasandiṭṭhika: Realizable in This Very life (1st)

( short sutta summary )

AN 6.48 Dutiyasandiṭṭhika: Realizable in This Very Life (2nd)

( short sutta summary )

AN 6.49 Khema: With Khema

( short sutta summary )

AN 6.50 Indriyasaṃvara: Sense Restraint

( short sutta summary )

AN 6.51 Ānanda: With Ānanda

( short sutta summary )

AN 6.52 Khattiya: Aristocrats

( short sutta summary )

AN 6.53 Appamāda: Diligence

( short sutta summary )

AN 6.54 Dhammika: About Dhammika

( short sutta summary )

Mahā (great) Vagga 6

AN 6.55 Soṇa: With Soṇa

( short sutta summary )

AN 6.56 Phagguna: With Phagguṇa

( short sutta summary )

AN 6.57 Chaḷabhijāti: The Six Classes of Rebirth

the type of kamma and rebirth for 6 classes of people

AN 6.58 Āsava: Defilements

similar to MN 2 sabba-asava

AN 6.59 Dārukammika: With Dārukammika

donating to worthy sangha members leads to rebirth in deva world

AN 6.60 Hatthisāriputta: With Hatthisāriputta

even a monk who has 4 jhānas and animitta samādhi is susceptible to lust and disrobing.

AN 6.61 Majjhe: In the Middle

Buddha and six monks give different interprations of his verse in the Pārāyana, in ‘The Questions of Metteyya’:

AN 6.62 Purisindriyañāṇa: Knowledge of the Faculties of Persons

Buddha mind reads devadatta, knows he will be reborn in hell

AN 6.63 Nibbedhika: Penetrative

penetrative exposition of the Dhamma.

AN 6.64 Sīhanāda: 🦁 The Lion’s Roar

( short sutta summary )

An-āgāmi (non-returner) Vagga 7

AN 6.65 Anāgāmiphala: The Fruit of Non-Return

( short sutta summary )

AN 6.66 Arahatta: Perfection

( short sutta summary )

AN 6.67 Mitta: Friends

( short sutta summary )

AN 6.68 Saṅgaṇikārāma: Enjoying Company

( short sutta summary )

AN 6.69 Devatā: A God

( short sutta summary )

AN 6.70 Samādhi: undistractible-lucidity

old AN 6.70: JST eat it. 4th jhāna type of samādhi prereq. for 6ab

AN 6.71 Sakkhibhabba: Capable of Realizing

( short sutta summary )

AN 6.72 Bala: Strength

six skills in samādhi such as attaining, sustaining, emerging.

AN 6.73 Paṭhamata-j-jhāna-: First jhāna (1st)

old AN 6.73] Without abandoning 5niv (hindrances), one can not enter and remain in first jhana. without seeing danger in sensual pleasures with good-view (su-ditthi = work in progress version of “right view”), one can not enter and remain in first jhana.

AN 6.74 Dutiyata-j-jhāna-: First jhāna (2nd)

old AN 6.74 ]: Without abandoning 3 wrong thoughts (vitakka) corresponding to wrong version of samma sankappa (right resolve), one can not enter and remain in first jhana. Without abandoning 3 wrong perceptions (sañña) corresponding to wrong version of samma sankappa (right resolve), one can not enter and remain in first jhana.

Arahatta (perfected one) Vagga 8

AN 6.75 Dukkha: Suffering

old AN 6.75 Dukkha: You can have thoughts (vitakka) and/or perception (sañña) of renunciation, kindness in the jhānas!

AN 6.76 Arahatta: Perfection

( short sutta summary )

AN 6.77 Uttarimanussadhamma: Superhuman States

( short sutta summary )

AN 6.78 Sukhasomanassa: Joy and Happiness

( short sutta summary )

AN 6.79 Adhigama: Achievement

( short sutta summary )

AN 6.80 Mahantatta: Greatness

( short sutta summary )

AN 6.81 Paṭhamaniraya: Hell (1st)

( short sutta summary )

AN 6.82 Dutiyaniraya: Hell (2nd)

( short sutta summary )

AN 6.83 Aggadhamma: The Best Thing

( short sutta summary )

AN 6.84 Rattidivasa: Day and Night

( short sutta summary )

Sīti (coolness) Vagga 9

AN 6.85 Sītibhāva: Coolness

( short sutta summary )

AN 6.86 Āvaraṇa: Obstacles

( short sutta summary )

AN 6.87 Voropita: A Murderer

( short sutta summary )

AN 6.88 Sussūsati: Wanting to Listen

( short sutta summary )

AN 6.89 Appahāya: Not Giving Up

( short sutta summary )

AN 6.90 Pahīna: Given Up

( short sutta summary )

AN 6.91 Abhabba: Can’t Give Rise

( short sutta summary )

AN 6.92 Paṭhamaabhabbaṭṭhāna: Things That Can’t Be Done (1st)

( short sutta summary )

AN 6.93 Dutiyaabhabbaṭṭhāna: Things That Can’t Be Done (2nd)

( short sutta summary )

AN 6.94 Tatiyaabhabbaṭṭhāna: Things That Can’t Be Done (3rd)

( short sutta summary )

AN 6.95 Catutthaabhabbaṭṭhāna: Things That Can’t Be Done (4th)

( short sutta summary )

Ānisaṃsa (benefit) Vagga 10

AN 6.96 Pātubhāva: Appearance

( short sutta summary )

AN 6.97 Ānisaṃsa: Benefit

( short sutta summary )

AN 6.98 Anicca: Impermanence

( short sutta summary )

AN 6.99 Dukkha: Suffering

( short sutta summary )

AN 6.100 Anatta: Not-Self

( short sutta summary )

AN 6.101 Nibbāna: nirvana'd

( short sutta summary )

AN 6.102 Anavatthita: Transience

( short sutta summary )

AN 6.103 Ukkhittāsika: With a Drawn Sword

( short sutta summary )

AN 6.104 Atammaya: Non-identification

( short sutta summary )

AN 6.105 Bhava: States of Existence

( short sutta summary )

AN 6.106 Taṇhā: Craving

( short sutta summary )

Tika (three) Vagga 11

AN 6.107 Rāga: Greed

( short sutta summary )

AN 6.108 Duccarita: Bad Conduct

( short sutta summary )

AN 6.109 Vitakka: Thoughts

3 vitakka to remove (pahāna): kāma, b byāpāda, vihiṃsā. 3 counterparts to develop (bhāvetabbā): abyāpāda, vihiṃsā, avihiṃsā.

AN 6.110 Saññā: Perceptions

like 6.109 except with 3 sañña perceptions instead of vitakka

AN 6.111 Dhātu: Elements

( short sutta summary )

AN 6.112 Assāda: Gratification

( short sutta summary )

AN 6.113 Arati: Dissatisfaction

( short sutta summary )

AN 6.114 Santuṭṭhitā: Contentment

( short sutta summary )

AN 6.115 Dovacassatā: Hard to Admonish

( short sutta summary )

AN 6.116 Uddhacca: Restlessness

( short sutta summary )

Sāmañña (similar) Vagga 12

AN 6.117 Kāyānupassī: Observing the Body

( short sutta summary )

AN 6.118 Dhammānupassī: Observing dharmas, Etc.

( short sutta summary )

AN 6.119 Tapussa: About Tapussa

( short sutta summary )

Rāga-peyyāla (repetition series on 'passion') Vagga 13

AN 6..13.. - AN 6 vagga 13 Rāgapeyyāla: Abbreviated Texts Beginning with Greed


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